There are hallucinogenic fishes…

The fish Sarpa salpa (known as the dreamfish) is hallucinogenic. In 2006, two men who ate the fish described experiencing frightening hallucinations that lasted for 36 hours. These hallucinogenic fishes suggested to contain DMT where one experience is described as “After eating, he experienced intense hallucinations with a science-fiction theme that included futuristic vehicles, images of space exploration, and monuments marking humanity’s first trips into space”.

South Dakota on Meth

South Dakota reportedly paid an advertising firm $449,000 to develop its new anti-meth campaign. The firm came up with the slogan, “Meth. We’re on it.”
The public reaction, so far, hasn’t been kind.
This is not South Dakota’s first tagline in the news. In 2015, South Dakota tourism used the tagline “why die on Mars, when you can live in South Dakota?”